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1991-1994 [RYN001]

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1991-1994 [RYN001]


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Our label's first release back in 1994. Lo-fi cyber-fueled political punk rock. Reissued for your pleasure.

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Label / Recorded by Jose E. Roman

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Dramatis Personae:

Javier Valentin - guitars
David Castro - guitars
Peter Lopez - minor throat
Luis Santiago - guitars
Sammy Fisher - some samples, scratching
Jose E. Roman - throat, programming

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Reviewer: HereKittyKitty - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 12, 2005
Subject:
Pesado, electrico, de veras, muy fuerte y para ellos que gustan la musica metal industrial, este es algo agregar a su librario de musica.
El grupo ha sido agrupado debajo del area de musica "political"... entonces quizas, hasta que mis orejas han ajustado mejor a esta grabacion muy procesada, quiero decir que siento robado en la area de letras, porque ellos parecen escondidos debajo de toda la produccion. Y esa es algo de que me encuentro interesante y molestoso en el mismo momento. Quizas en el momento de tiempo en que esta grabacion era grabado, cantar estas palabras era... muy peligroso para los cantores?
La vocalista se presenta como un hombre de metal literal con capacidad limitado en vocalizar palabras, y uno comprimido con las sensibilidades ( ja, sensibilidades!? )de arte podria especular que quizas... ese es un comentario interesante sobre la situacion de la artista o de las personas porque las artistas fueron cantando en el tiempo de este grabacion.
Entonces los tiempos han hecho los ser humanos... hombres de metal? con vocalizaciones limitadas?
Si tu no eras tan politico, podria gozar esta grabacion asi...
Bang! Bang! Bang!

Heavy, electrical, and truthfully, if you are a lover of the industrial metal genre, this is definitely something for you to add to your knowledge base archive.
This music has been added to the area of music described as political. For that reason I would like to say that until I adjust to the heavily processed sound of these vocals that I may find myself feeling a bit robbed, because the words seem to have disappeared below the wall of industrial production. And this I find interesting and bothersome in the same moment. Perhaps in the time that this recording was made, it was that dangerous to be heard in the location that this recording was made to sing these words?
The vocalist is presented as a metal man, with his ability to vocalize words apparently limited, and one compromised with an artistic sensibility ( ha, sensibility!? ) could speculate as to whether this in itself were a comment over the situacion of the artist or the persons for whom the artist was singing at this time of this production. In other words, the times had made humans... into men of metal? with limited capacities to speak?
If you are not so politically inclined, you could enjoy this recording in the following manner....
Bang! Bang! Bang!
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